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    • Gerald Combs's avatar
      From Dirk Jagdmann via bug 5875: · 99d4de66
      Gerald Combs authored
      My attachment adds a link to a XSLT file to the preamble of the PDML.
      The XSLT will transform the PDML to a HTML page, and the HTML page
      features a look similar to Wireshark. See
      http://cubic.org/~doj/ebay/a.pdml for an example.
      
      The patch also contains a small perl program which converts the
      Wireshark colortable into javascript code which is used in the XSLT
      file. If you want to use a different color scheme you would execute the
      perl program and insert the generated javascript function into your XSLT
      file.
      
      To view the HTML you could either place the PDML and XSLT file on your
      webserver and verify that your webserver sends the PDML file as
      "text/xml".  Then your webbrowser will find the linked XSLT file,
      download that as well and convert the PDML to HTML on the fly.
      
      You could also use an XSLT processor like xsltproc to convert the PDML
      and XSLT into a static HTML file.
      
      
      From me:
      
      Minor fixups.
      
      svn path=/trunk/; revision=37298
      99d4de66